iCareers - Find Jobs, Internships & Online Resources
iCareers, is your one stop virtual career center. It offers you quick access to the best online career tools for identifying jobs & internship opportunities, networking with alumni, and researching career options. While we have many resources on our website, here are the ones that we consider, “go to.”
Job & Internship Search
Ithaca College uses eRecruiting for the posting of job and internship opportunities. In an average year, over 3,000 job and internship opportunities, specifically targeted toward Ithaca College students and alumni, are posted to the site. Additionally, there is a national site which has thousands of additional opportunities.
Students: Every student receives an account in their first semester. To begin using your eRecruiting account login using your complete IC e-mail address as your username and your Student I.D. Number as your password.
Alumni: If you had an eRecruiting account as a student (after 2004), you can still access your eRecruiting account with your old login credentials. If you are unable to access your account, it may need to be reactivated. To do so, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have never had an account, e-mail email@example.com and we can create one for you. Just tell us the year that you graduated and your major/s.
CareerShift is an online career management tool that helps you identify job and internship opportunities, networking connections, potential companies of interest, and work with the data in an integrated manner. All that you need to create your account and get started is a valid ithaca.edu or alumni.ithaca.edu e-mail address!
Get professional advice on: current employment outlooks, hiring trends, job search resources, executive recruiters, staffing agencies, work permit regulations, salary ranges, resume/CV writing guidelines, professional and social networking groups, trade associations, interview and cultural advice. Also includes job and internship listings, and country guides. Students can access Going Global through their eRecruiting account (once logged in, scroll down and click on the Going Global logo).
The Alumni Directory is a database maintained by the Office of Alumni Relations that is designed to allow students and alumni to connect with more than 50,000 IC alumni throughout the country for information regarding their professional and regional interests. Using the 'Advanced Search' option allows you to search by career related interests and other parameters to identify appropriate contacts. *Please note that the Office of Alumni Relations has recently updated their website, including the Alumni Directory. Currently, only IC alumni can login to the Alumni Directory, by using their Netpass login information. Current students can visit Career Services to use the Alumni Directory with assistance from Career Services staff.
IC Mentoring Network
Connect with alumni through online group forums on LinkedIn, including 12 industry-specific subgroups. You can ask questions about careers, life after college and more. You can find alumni through these subgroups whom you may wish to develop a mentoring relationship with (in addition to the online discussions). If you have questions about how to use the IC Mentoring Network or how to create a LinkedIn profile, please come to our daily drop-in hours (12:00pm - 4:00pm Monday-Friday during the academic year).
Research employee salary, bonus, and compensation details; view actual interview questions asked of other job candidates; read detailed employee reviews; search millions of jobs; and set up job alerts. Ithaca College students have full (free) access to all information without having to create an account.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a nationally recognized source of career information including job descriptions, anticipated growth, average salaries, related jobs, and more. The Handbook is revised every two years.
O*NET is a valuable source of occupational information including work tasks, tools and technology used in the job, required knowledge and skills, wages, employment trends and more. It is continually updated by surveying a broad range of workers from each occupation.
Learn about a variety of career development topics including using Twitter in your job search, defining & selling your true value, developing trust as a critical career skill and more! These career webinars are sponsored by the Offices of Alumni Relations and Career Services. Students must click here and then select "new user" in the upper right corner of the page to register. Once you've registered, you'll be able to just sign-in for every webinar you wish to view. Please note that while the website refers to alumni users, students are welcome to participate in these webinars.